I have a question about a gift I'd like to give to my stepmother, a wonderful woman who took on the challenge of raising two teenage boys, and did her very best despite the fact that we didn't come with a manual. I'm not terribly religious, so I stay out of this forum, but she is, having earned a Masters degree in Baptist Theology long ago. Her church teaches that the Internet is the tool of Satan, so despite having a nice computer, she's never owned a modem. Given that background information, would I be offending her faith if I sent her a DVD of one of the most beautiful Christmas stories ever told? I'm speaking of the Trans Siberian Orchestra's video, The Ghosts of Christmas Eve, which presents the story of a lost little girl who long ago ran away from home, and feels she cannot ever go home. She spends a night in an old, abandoned theater and is given dreams by the kindly, ghostly caretaker, to teach her that she is forgiven, and is always welcome home. I think that part is fairly harmless and, to me, inspirational. But the musicians are all long haired hippy types playing hard rock on electric instruments, backed up by a full orchestra, and I'm concerned that she might find this offensive, or even evil. Dad would have enjoyed it, but he was a musician, and appreciated the complexities of fine compositions regardless of the genre of the music. I'm not sure she's so open-minded, and I really don't want to shock her, at 80. I know we have a broad range of folks here whose Christian faith covers the entire range from fairly sure to absolutely certain, and it's the latter group I'd like to hear from. I don't want to hurt this dear woman in any way - she has been wonderful to me and my late brother. But I really think she'd enjoy this DVD. Should I send it to her?